Top 10 Dangerous Sea Enemies In Mario GamesThis top 10 list is about Mario enemies that are the most dangerous underwater. With these sea enemies around, it's not safe to swim. Bosses are not included.
The Top Ten
This big fish has a selfish and greedy appetite! It eats other fish, and humans! It may be a slow swimmer, but when it opens it's large mouth, it sucks in anyone or anything that gets too close! Since it has a large stomach, it never gets full! - Super-Eric1993
This fish acts the same like the Porcupuffer, and eats humans like the Lunge Fish! It swims after you in and above water! When the timing is right, it'll jump out of the water and swallow the human in a single bite! - Super-Eric1993
First time in the countdown that a dangerous sea enemy eats HUMANS WHOLE! This fish waits in its swamp for a victim to pass by. Then when it closes in on its target, it sinks underwater, and then it quickly jumps out to eat! - Super-Eric1993
It chases you underwater and tries to corner you with its long body and tail. It'll swim any direction it wants to. When the Dragoneel circles around you, it's sometimes difficult to escape. - Super-Eric1993
From newer super Mario bros wii, they come in all sizes, and are very fast fish that will always return. Ice flower is ineffective!
This spiky fish swims fast! Even when you're not in the water, it can still jump to get you! If you defeat this enemy, it'll return again to get you! - Super-Eric1993
This giant eel charges at you with all its strength. It can get through any obstacle, even if its huge! - Super-Eric1993
This is a Torpedo Ted that follows you like a real torpedo. Once released, it attempts to hit you and explode! They are like underwater versions of Missile Bills. - Super-Eric1993
In the dark, these enemies glow a bright light inside themselves. They are hazards underwater. Touching them can electrify you. (These also count for Jelectros and other dangerous Jellyfishes) - Super-Eric1993
This hammerhead shark has spikes all around its head in-between its eyes. Those spikes are dangerous to touch. This shark is often found swimming in the dark. - Super-Eric1993
When it sees you, it'll follow you by swimming upwards in a diagonal zig-zag pattern. If you touch it, it'll hurt you. Some Bloopers even have babies. They release the babies into the sea. Touching the babies will hurt you too! - Super-Eric1993